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Polypyrrole Conductive Polymer-Coated Carbon Nanotube

At DOE's Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory, scientists study polypyrrole conductive polymer-coated carbon nanotubes grown on a carbon fiber. These nanotubes could be used as an electrochemically switched ion exchange electrode for water purification. This work is part of efforts to obtain a high-surface-area electrode for efficient water purification.

 

For more information, see www.emsl.pnl.gov.

 

Photo was taken by Daiwon Choi as part of the 2010 EMSL Science as Art Competition.

  

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Taken on July 14, 2010